Snohomish County, Wash. fines church for Christmas Star...another Goverment Assault on Christmas

Patriot Action NetworkBy Luke Duecy

A battle is brewing in Snohomish County over a church's Christmas decoration. The controversial bright white star sits 90-feet in the air atop a flagpole, and now the county is threatening to take it down.

The county wants the church to pay for a permit to display that star, but the church has refused.

Pastor Brad Sebranke's church put it there as a giant Christmas light for the whole community.

"Just reminds them what the seasons really about," he said.

But county officials say because the church doesn't have a permit for the flagpole, it must come down or the Park Ridge Community Church must pay a hefty fine. Read More: